Mad Mums raise funds for Peel Youth Medical Services

Mums of Mandurah Nicole Gill, Kimberley Paton and Kerrie McAlinden with Eleanor Brittain from Peel Youth Medical Services (second left) and GP down south chief executive Amanda Poller (centre).
Mums of Mandurah Nicole Gill, Kimberley Paton and Kerrie McAlinden with Eleanor Brittain from Peel Youth Medical Services (second left) and GP down south chief executive Amanda Poller (centre).

PEEL Youth Health Services received a financial boost when Mums of Mandurah handed over a cheque for $6000 raised at the fifth Mad Mums of Mandurah tea party.

More than 100 women joined local radio identity Ali Hill for an afternoon of floral fun in support of PYMS.

Guest speakers, Julia Kerr and Deb Revely shared their experiences and perspectives on the issues surrounding mental health.

Love to Be and Headonista showcased the latest fashions at the event, which included a silent auction.